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\MONG all of war's titanic demands 
upon the cotton industry, cotton bags are 
tirst in yardage, first in tonnage, first in 
number of units involved. 

Nearly 14 per cent of today's recor<d 
yardage of fabric production is required to 
supply essential military and home-front bag 
demands. From sand bags to seed bags, 
bean bags to barracks bags, cotton is con- 
verting nearly a million bales per year into 
more than a billion bags. 



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EVERY U. S. Hghting Man is Fed From Cotton Bags EVERY DA Y 



Onf itf a series ttf Newspaper advertisements 
regarding "Cotton Bags at War'* 

April 1H. 1944